Muilt-Make Steering Boxes
JEGS 60755 525 Manual Steering Box for 1965-1998 GM & Jeep vehicles is a Saginaw replacement. This steering box comes pre-lubed and ready to install. This box will require a (36-spline with 4 master splines) pitman arm for your application.
- 3 13/16 in. Input Shaft Length
- (1) Output Shaft Nut
- (1) Output Shaft Lock Washer
- Weight: 17.900 lbs.
Note: This manual steering box is considered a universal box due to the body & shaft dimensions fitting many applications. The specific fitment is determined by the steering ratio. The ratio on this box is 25:1 and may differ slightly from your original box.
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Will this fit a 1991 Camaro rs?
The 525 manual steering box what is the length of the housing and what is the distance from the center of the single hole to the fat end of the housing and will it fit a 2003 s10
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